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Narnia

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Narnia is a triangular shawl worked from the top down. This shawl was quite challenging for me as I learnt some new stitches that are quite a handful to do. This shawl is all about texture. It reminds me of the wood carving in my grandparents' wardrobe, and I always imagine that wardrobe was the same wardrobe in the The Chronicles of Narnia story. I used worsted weight yarn for this pattern to make the texture pop out. As a result, not only is this shawl beautiful to look but it is very functional. As usual pattern includes charts and written directions. I also include a picture tutorial of how to make the crochet bind-off, and tips on how to make a larger shawl and calculate the yardage needed. Technical Editor: Chaitanya Muralidhara Yardage: Fingering weight: 290 m (319 yards) DK weight: 300 m (330 yards) Worsted weight: 310 m (341 yards). The sample was made using worsted weight yarn. Needle: Fingering weight: 3.25 mm (US 3) DK weight: 3.50 mm (US 4) Worsted weight: 3.75 mm (US 5) Hook (optional): For BO 3.5 mm (E) For making nupp 3.0 mm (D) Notions: Waste yarn for provisional cast-on, stitch markers. Finished Size (aggressive blocking): Fingering weight: 48" wide by 22" deep DK weight: 50" wide by 23" deep Worsted weight: 52" wide by 24" deep Level: Advanced

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Lily Go Design
Lily Go Design
I live on a tropical island called Penang which is one of the states in a country called Malaysia, but it does not stop me from learning how to knit. I knew how to crochet since I was 6 and taught myself to knit about 5 years ago and after a couple of projects, I began designing my own patterns. I just love the process of designing, from the imagining of the design to the drawing and even the math part of it. I love to wear something pretty and feminine and it is reflected in all of my designs. I have 2 small daughters that need a lot of attention besides my full time job, so I am happy enough if I can publish 3 patterns a year.